Actually, the first part of Final Fantasy 7 Remake should be released today, March 3rd, 2020. In mid-January, however, those responsible at Square Enix announced that the launch would be delayed by more than a month to April 10, 2020. In the course of the briefing for the last financial report, SE President Yosuke Matsuda is said to have recently confirmed that this postponement will not affect the release plan for Part 2.
You surely know: The remake of the Playstation classic Final Fantasy 7 is such an ambitious project that the New edition for Playstation 4 in several parts should appear. Originally, the launch adventure, which focuses on Midgar and events in the industrial metropolis, was supposed to come out today, March 3, 2020.
In mid-January, however, those responsible at Square Enix announced that the launch would take more than a month to April 10, 2020, If you want, you can even do that from now on Final Fantasy 7 remake demo download and play and get a first impression of the new edition.
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However, if you already fear that you will have to wait longer for the release of the sequel due to the postponement of Part 1, we can calm you down. In the course of the briefing for the last financial report (via Videogames Chronicle) Square Enix President Yosuke Matsuda is said to have recently confirmed that this shift will not affect the internal release plan for Part 2.
In November Game Director Tetsuya revealed Nomura that you're already working on the sequel, moreover, those responsible made it clear beforehand that for Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2 a much more efficient development expect. Until there are concrete details about the intended release period, the start time within the story or the scope, we will have to be a little patient. At the moment, the focus is clearly on the launch of Part 1.
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